|Studio album by Marillion|
|Released||12 March 1984|
|Recorded||Manor Studio, Sarm East, Eel Pie and Maison Rouge Studios, London, November 1983 - February 1984|
|Genre||Progressive rock, neo-progressive rock|
|Singles from Fugazi|
|Music Street Journal||(favourable) |
Fugazi is the second studio album of the neo-progressive rock band Marillion. It was released in 1984 and was the first album with Ian Mosley on drums. It reached no. 5 on the UK album charts, stayed on the chart for a total of 20 weeks and contained the UK top 40 singles "Punch And Judy" (no. 29) and "Assassing" (no. 22).
A 2-CD remastered version with additional B-sides and demos was released in 1998.
The album is so titled because it was produced under difficult circumstances, with the band employing and ejecting a number of drummers in quick succession following the departure of Mick Pointer, before finally settling on Mosley.
- "Assassing" – 7:02 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas)
- "Punch and Judy" – 3:21 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas/Mover)
- "Jigsaw" – 6:49 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas)
- "Emerald Lies" – 5:08 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas/Mosley)
- "She Chameleon" – 6:52 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas)
- "Incubus" – 8:30 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas)
- "Fugazi" – 8:12 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas/Mosley)
Remastered CD bonus tracks
- "Cinderella Search" (12" version) – 5:31 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas/Mosley)
- "Assassing" (Alternate Mix) – 7:40 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas) (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas)
- "Three Boats Down From The Candy" (1984 Re-recording) – 4:00 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas/Pointer/Minnett)
- "Punch and Judy" (Demo) – 3:50 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas/Mover)
- "She Chameleon" (Demo) – 6:34 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas)
- "Emerald Lies" (Demo) – 5:32 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas/Mosley)
- "Incubus" (Demo) – 8:09 (Dick/Kelly/Rothery/Trewavas)
All individual writing credits taken from the 1998 remastered version; the original 1984 version credited "Marillion" collectively.
Formats and re-issues
The album was originally released on cassette, vinyl LP and 12" Picture Disc. The album was released on CD sometime afterwards. In 1998, as part of a series of Marillion's first eight studio albums, EMI re-released Fugazi with remastered sound and a second disc containing bonus material, listed above. The remastered edition was later also made available without the bonus disc.
A new 180-gram vinyl pressing was released in February 2012 by EMI. It was identical to the original vinyl release from 1984.
- Fish – Voice
- Steve Rothery - Yamaha SG2000, Gibson Les Paul Standard, Roland GR303/505 Guitar Synth, Fender Stratocaster, Ovation Acoustic, Roland JC120 Combo, Marshall 50W MV Combo, Mesa Boogie, Roland 501 Chorus/Echo, Boss Effects Pedals
- Mark Kelly - Bosendorfer Grand Piano, PPG Wave 2.2, Roland Jupiter 8, Minimoog, Emulator, Yamaha DX7, Yamaha GS1, Korg CX3, Church Organ (Recorded at Angel Studios, London)
- Pete Trewavas - Aria and Fender basses, Trace Elliott and Peavey Amplification
- Ian Mosley - Yamaha Drums, Zildjian Cymbals, Simmons Drums
- Linda Pyke - Backing vocal on "Incubus"
- Chris Karen - Additional Percussion
- The 1984 re-recorded version of "Market Square Heroes" that was released on the reverse of the "Punch and Judy" single appears instead on the re-mastered edition of Script for a Jester's Tear as "Market Square Heroes (Alternative Version)."
- The line "What do you call assassins, who accuse assassins anyway, my friend?", from the end of "Assassing" is quoted verbatim in the PC game Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2.
|1984||UK Album Chart||5|